How do you label a line graph?

December 19, 2021
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How do you label a line graph?

The proper form for a graph title is “y-axis variable vs. x-axis variable.” For example, if you were comparing the the amount of fertilizer to how much a plant grew, the amount of fertilizer would be the independent, or x-axis variable and the growth would be the dependent, or y-axis variable.

How do you insert a list of figures?

Insert a table of figures

  1. Click in your document where you want to insert the table of figures.
  2. Click References > Insert Table of Figures. Note: If your Word document is not maximized, the Insert Table of Figures option might not be visible.
  3. You can adjust your Format and Options in the Table of Figures dialog box. Click OK.

How do I format a list of figures in Word?

Click in your document where you want to insert the table of figures. On the Insert menu, click Index and Tables, and then click the Table of Figures tab. Click Options, and then select the Style check box. On the Style pop-up menu, click the style name that is used for the figure captions, and then click OK.

Are pictures considered figures?

Figures are any images that you include in your document, i.e. illustrations, diagrams, graphs, photographs, images of artworks and etc. Whenever you include a figure in your document, you also provide a caption.

What is the difference between picture and figure?

is that picture is a representation of anything (as a person, a landscape, a building) upon canvas, paper, or other surface, by drawing, painting, printing, photography, etc while figure is a drawing or diagram conveying information.

How do you write a list of tables and figures?

To create a combined list of tables and figures

  1. After the table of contents, click where you want to insert the list.
  2. In the Insert menu, pull down to Index and Tables.
  3. Click Table of Figures.
  4. Check Include label and number, Show page numbers, Right align page numbers.
  5. Click Options.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Click OK.